Low grade Graphene can produce better fuel cells

March 18, 2015 6:46 PM

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North-western University – It was sheer accident that researchers came across a defective form of graphene that can be used as an effective ingredient in fuel cell efficiency. This can lead to developing better electric vehicles by increasing their performance. After extensive research by scientists of North-western University and five other institutes, they came to the conclusion that adulterated or diluted graphene actually served the purpose they were in search of.

Graphene is one of the wonder materials of this era. Its proton is extremely thin and almost one atom in size. It has a unique ability of detecting light better than most of the sensors available. Importantly, irrespective of its tiny size molecule, it is very strong and flexible and has the amazing...

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